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Feminism and Feminist Theology

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Author(s): Meyer-Wilmes, Hedwig | Janowski, J. Christine | Kuhlmann, Helga | Miller-McLemore, Bonnie J. | Tammen, Silke | Et al.
[German Version] I. Cultural History – II. Philosophy of Religion – III. Fundamental Theology – IV. Dogmatics – V. Ethics – VI. Practical Theology – VII. Feminism, Art, and Religion – VIII. Religious Feminism in North America I. Cultural History 1. The term Feminism is a theory, a praxis, and a worldwide movement whose goal is to achieve equal influence for women in all areas of the state, society, and culture, …

Sölle, Dorothee

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Author(s): Kuhlmann, Helga


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Author(s): Heller, Birgit | Bird, Phyllis A. | Wischmeyer, Oda | Ehrenschwendtner, Marie-Luise | Albrecht, Ruth | Et al.
[German Version] I. Religious Studies Traditionally research on religion has rarely dealt with women. Exceptions include Moriz Winternitz ( Die Frau in den indischen Religionen, 1915–1916) and F. Heiler ( Die Frau in den Religionen der Menschheit, 1977). In the 1970s, gender studies introduced a broad paradigm shift, which also affected religious studies. The principle that has guided this change from the traditional approach is that homo religiosus is not coincident with vir religiosus but equally has to include femina religiosa. The various questions can be assigned to th…


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Author(s): Zingsem, Vera | Kuhlmann, Helga
[German Version] I. Religious Studies – II. Philosophy of Religion; Ethics I. Religious Studies The term matriarchate is an artificial modern coinage based on Latin mater and ancient Greek archḗ, the latter in the double sense of “beginning” and “rule.” It first appeared in ethnological works and studies of the history of law toward the end of the 19th century. Writers of that period (J.J. Bachofen and others; see II below) used such terms as gynecocracy or Mutterrecht (“mother ¶ law”) (Matriarchy). Since pure matriarchates are few and far between, other terms have also g…